Ally Thompson left The Bachelor Winter Games on Tuesday in the most embarrassing way after the Kiwi threw up when she had to kiss Josiah Graham.
The latest episode already saw six contestants leave by choice, including Ben Higgins who broke down in tears admitting he was still heartbroken over former fiancee Lauren Bushnell.
The final eviction was decided by a kissing competition in front of surprise special guest judges, former Bachelorettes Rachel Lindsay and JoJo Fletcher and current Bachelor Arie Luyendyk Jr.
Sent home: Ally Thompson and Josiah Graham were sent home during Tuesday’s episode of The Bachelor Winter Games
Although some of the Winter Games romantics had reason to be nervous – having been contestants on the judges’ seasons – it was Ally, 24, who was overcome at the prospect of having to make-out with Josiah, 29, in front of everyone.
Even as the other contestants started kissing, Ally complained that her stomach was ‘churning’ and warned under her breath: ‘I think I’m going to vomit right now.’
Then when they were finally called to step forward and kiss she admitted ‘I’m going to be sick’ – with a cameraman following her to a nearby toilet where she was shown throwing up with her back to the camera.
Ally insisted it was just nerves, and as Josiah came to comfort him said: ‘I’m sorry – I’m so embarrassed!’
Stomach aching: The Kiwi rushed to the bathroom and vomited before kissing Josiah
So sorry: Ally was embarrassed after puking in the bathroom
But Bibiana Julian, 30, insisted later that it was a sign of ‘her body just completely rejecting Josiah.
‘Like it’s just saying, f***, no, this is not the man for you.’
Repeatedly insisting that she brushed her teeth, they eventually went back and kissed, with no chemistry showing through at all.
Major sign: Bibiana Julian considered it as a ‘sign’ that Ally’s body was ‘just completely rejecting Josiah’
‘I think we made the best of it,’ Josiah insisted, while judge Jojo said: ‘I don’t know what says love more than making out with a girl after she threw up.’
Still, it came as no surprise when they came in last place in the competition, with Ally admitting as they left: ‘I think the judges were right when they said there wasn’t the connection they were looking for.
‘I really wish I had found love here. Josiah ticks all the boxes – on paper he’s pretty much perfect. I wish we had that spark but we just couldn’t force it,’ she cried.
Kissing competition: Josiah kissed Ally who insisted that she brushed her teeth
Guest judge: JoJo Fletcher noted that nothing says love more than kissing someone after they vomited
They’re back: Arie Luyendyk Jr and Rachel Lindsay joined JoJo as kissing judges
As obvious as their last place seemed, Rachel attempted a potential upset against one of the ‘villains’ from her season – casting her vote for Dean Unglert, 26, to be sent home instead.
Dean and Lesley Murphy, 30, had tried to make a mark by starting their kiss with a dance – with Lesley even jumping her legs up onto Dean’s shoulders, with Rachel gasping: ‘Oh my God I thought you were gonna kiss her in a different spot!’
But Rachel later insisted it was the worst routine, calling it ‘very juvenile,’ before being outvoted by the other two judges.
Worst routine: Rachel insisted that Dean Unglert and Lesley Murphy had the worst routine
Upside down: Lesley was put in a provocative position during their kiss
Big ending: Dean and Lesley ended their kissing routine with a flourish
He laughed off his low placing, and had bragged earlier: ‘Of all of the winter games this is the one that Lesley and I are most prepared for. We’ve been training our entire Winter Games experience for this.’
But he admitted of having to perform in front of Rachel: ‘It’s weird when someone you have kissed before is judging you for kissing someone else. It’s just very weird.’
Bibiana – whose smooch with Kiwi Jordan came in at fourth place – also had a hard time kissing in front of her previous Bachelor Arie, saying: ‘Leave it to Bachelor Winter Games to call in exes to make you feel as uncomfortable as hell.’
Very weird: The former contestant on Rachel’s season of The Bachelorette said it was ‘very weird’ having her judge his kissing
Luke Pell, 33, was in a similar boat with Jojo, saying: ‘My feelings for Jojo were real, I was in love with her. This is going to be really weird.’
However his partner, Nastassia Yaramchuk, 26, from Sweden, had an even harder time as she admitted: ‘I don’t want to kiss in the public. But I will do it for him.’
The kissing competition was supposed to end with two couples going home – but Clare Crawley, 36, and German hunk Christian, 34, left before it even started after Christian repeatedly failed at opportunities to show his feelings in private.
Public display: Nastassia ‘Stassi’ Yaramchuk overcame her dislike for public displays for Luke Pell
Final six: The final six couples assembled before one of them was sent home
‘We haven’t kissed, which blows my mind,’ she complained earlier, especially during alone time in a jacuzzi.
They finally agreed to leave before the kissing show, with Christian having tears as he admitted later: ‘I hate me for this one. I hate me I don’t can show the woman I like the woman.
‘I can say I think Clare is the right woman for me, that’s the hardest part.’
Took off: Clare Crawley and Christian voluntarily departed early
Australian Tiffany Scanlon, 31, had started the earlier exits from the show as she walked out admitting she knew she would not find love and seeing the other couples ‘is rubbing salt in the wound.’
That triggered Ben’s desire to leave, too – with him admitting of ex Lauren: ‘To be honest I’m still emotionally dealing with the loss of that relationship.’
He had a tearful heart-to-heart with host Chris Harrison about his split six months ago, telling him: ‘The last time I was here, I did think I was walking out of this with somebody who it was going to last forever.
Getting emotional: Ben Higgins got emotional while talking to host Chris Harrison about his split from Lauren Bushnell
‘Coming back to a place like this brings up a lot of weird memories.
‘My fear is that if I was to be broken again, I’m not full enough right now to recover from that.’
He then broke down as he told Chris: ‘You have all the comments coming in, not even mean, not even intentional, but nobody realizes how real it was. They say, “Did you really love her? Did you really care?”
Early exit: The fan favorite told the group that he was leaving
‘When something that’s so real to you then seems so small to everybody else – and not just friends and family, millions of people – it breaks you, every day. As much as I’ve moved on – and I have – it still hurts.’
He had more tears when he told the group he was leaving, saying: ‘There are a lot of ghosts that were brought up here for me. I’m sorry that I came here a little confused, and confused some of you.’
Michael Garofola, 37, then followed his footsteps out the house, leaving fan-favorite Yuki Kimura, 21, the only single person left.
Also gone: Michael Garofola also followed Ben out of the house
Yuki – who begged Ben, who gave her his rose, not to leave – sobbed when Chris confronted her to make it clear it was time for her to leave, too.
‘I am back Japan. Today,’ she told the group, adding after a group hug: ‘I don’t want to go home.’
‘Today people started dropping like flies,’ Jordan admitted of the mass exodus.
Tough talk: Chris broke it to Yuki Kimura that she had to leave
Sad moment: Yuki cried as she told the camera that she didn’t want to go home
The only real winter game event of the night was a downhill skiing race – with only three of the women even finishing, with Lesley a clear winner.
Her partner on the show, Dean, then easily won the men’s race, too – showing off by skiing backwards at the very end.
Lesley still had questions about Dean, however, telling him: ‘Part of me sees you as a bit of a player.’
Showing off: Dean won the downhill skiing race and showed off by skiing backwards
She explained later: ‘I had a double mastectomy eight months ago, and I haven’t really jumped into a relationship since surgeries. So this is a big deal.
‘I don’t know if I can trust Dean. I don’t know if he’s the right guy to jump into this with for the first time. But I am ready to take this chance.’
With both of them winning the two date cards, they got to give away one date, choosing Ashley Iaconetti, 29, and Kevin Wendt, 33, who ended up smooching passionately in a Ghost-like scene during a pottery class.
The winners: Lesley and Dean both won their races
It gave them good practice for the final kissing competition, which they won with a standing ovation from the judges.
‘This may be your game!’ Jojo laughed.
Ashley had earlier confronted Kevin over her virginity, explaining beforehand: ‘When most guys I’m interested in find out that I’m a virgin … basically, their dick goes soft. It’s just been such a roadblock.’
Date time: Ashley and Kevin received a date from Dean and Lesley and talked about her virginity
Pottery class: Kevin and Ashley had a Ghost-like moment during their pottery class date
‘That’s almost something I respect about you,’ he assured her – with a teaser for the finale suggesting she spends the night with him in the fantasy suite.
Figure skating legend Nancy Kerrigan will be a special guest on Thursday’s finale.
The Bachelor Winter Games has been serving as ABC’s counterprogramming to the 2018 Winter Olympics on NBC.
Couple alert: Ashley and Kevin were enjoying one of the stronger bonds on Winter Games